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I come from a Russian Mennonite family and believe in the social responsibility of everyone in a community to work together, not just for the greater good, but in the best interests of the individual as well. We are all the same and equal, we are all beautifully made unique and different.
I am diagnosed Autistic, ADHD, and Learning Disabled, with Anxiety and Panic Disorder. I am also diagnosed with Sleep Apnea, Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder, and migraines. I also have issues with tendinitis and loose kneecaps.
I have my Bachelor's of Arts General in English, am currently working part-time and on social assistance. I have a store on Zazzle, if you'd like to help support an autistic adult. Also, I am going back to school in Disability Studies, and it's very difficult for disabled students to be able to take full or part time courses and work at the same time. So if you have a few extra dollars, please consider supporting an autistic and disabled student.
I have many different blogs, including the Autistic Adult App Project, that you can see on my blogger profile.
I have three webcomics Amhelaki Misadventures, Lord of the Shepherd, and The Kender and the Bender, plus short 24 Hour Comic Day comics, all available at www.nekomics.com. It is on a hiatus right now as I plan a website move in the summer of 2019.
I like to do my best to apply my own personal knowledge and experience to answer questions about Autism and disabilities, so please don't hesitate to ask.
While I am the Vice-President of the Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network, unless I purposely state otherwise, all of my online activity is my own personal opinion and work, and does not reflect or represent any organization. In other words, I speak for Me, and me only. If you happen to agree, awesome! If not, well, see my Code of Conduct.
I am on twitter as @CorinaBecker, and can be found on Facebook under the username nekobakaz (I don't do friend requests, but comments on my public posts are usually open to all and I do check my messages fairly regularly)
You can contact me either through any of the above networks, or else email me through the Autistic Adult App Project at email@example.com. Please try contacting me through social media before using my email because I'm better through social media than email.